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2017 Walk is coming April 1st.. No Fooling! - Sign up Now

Walk Update #1
Date – April 1st 2017
Start location --- Park and ride at 101 and Healdsburg Ave.
Registration time --- TBA

Please go on line to register at sonomacountyhistory.org/historywalk

You will be able to pay on line or mail in check with application.

For April 1st , 2017, we shall be having the Annual Jeff Tobes Memorial Walk presented by the Sonoma County Historical Society. This year’s walk will be in and around Healdsburg and then north through Lytton Springs, Geyserville, Asti and Cloverdale. The route and stops are in their preliminary stage now and more information will be coming as we pull it together. Just like previous years there will be surprises.

If any of you would like to help, please give me a call. Items that we need help on is: arrange busses, lunch, dinner, contacting sponsors, thank you letters, fruit, ice, snacks, water, and we need a tee shirt sponsor.

If you have any questions, please reply to this eMail or contact me at:
Ray@sonomacountyhistory.org or 707-535-6476

Sincerely,

Ray Johnson
SCHS History Walk

E Clampus Vitus honors historical Cloverdale buildings

Cloverdale, Shaw House Plaque, c2014

Plaques presented to Owl Cafe, Gould Shaw House On Saturday, Sept. 13, E Clampus Vitus, came to Cloverdale and commemorated the placement of two plaques. Known to be a fun loving group of men with prankster-type antics, they are also known for researching and honoring places of historical significance. Two locations were commemorated. One plaque was placed in a large rock in front of the Owl Café. It was presented by the Yerba Buena Chapter 1. The other was placed at the Gould Shaw House, now the site of the Cloverdale Museum, by the Sam Brannan Chapter 1004. “Clampers” from both chapters were on hand to participate in the ceremonies. Wearing their red t-shirts, they were observed all over Cloverdale from Thursday through Saturday. Source:: Cloverdale Reveille

Cloverdale Cemetery Wall Project needs your help

A group of local volunteers, have dedicated many hours to repairing damaged headstones and maintaining civilian and veteran grave sites. Soon after the collapse, we approached the City of Cloverdale and informed them of the collapse of the retaining wall and severe damage caused to several gravesites. The Cloverdale Cemetery is owned by the City of Cloverdale who has already funded the engineering and soil analysis costs, however, the hard facts are that they have no additional funds for maintenance or to conduct any repairs to the wall.... Read more...    Cloverdale Cemetery Wall Project by Gort Klaatu - GoFundMe.

Cloverdale History Center cleans out the attic

Pieces of Cloverdale history are being moved out of the attic and offered for sale at the Cloverdale History Center, 215 N. Cloverdale Blvd., beginning Friday, Feb. 1 and continuing for the entire month of February. Press Democrat
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